Wiltshire — UK
Ref No. S-000-020268
Charlton ParkNet Size: 4,000 (sq. ft.)
Features: Garden, Helper’s Room, Car Park, Internal Staircase, Kitchen Pantry, Store Room Net Size: 4,000 (sq. ft.)
The large apartment is part of a 450-year-old house previously belonging to the Earl of Berkshire.
In 1975 the property was converted into 19 apartments. The main entrance is through the open cloisters to a double oak front door leading into the panelled hallway. Beyond is the Great Hall, double doors lead off the Great Hall into the handsomely decorated Drawing Room. Both rooms are available to residents and their guests for entertaining purposes.
This enlarged dwelling was formally two separate apartments; about three years ago the current owners changed them into one fabulous apartment with over 4,000 sq. ft. of accommodation. The principle room is the wonderful drawing/dining room which formed part of the central section of the Jacobean Long Gallery with its striking full height Oriel window located above the open cloisters. The impressive kitchen/breakfast room has a range of bespoke hand made units with integrated appliances and range cooker. Leading off the kitchen is another large sitting room.
The sleeping accommodation is split into two parts on the 1st floor with unique and intricate Jacobean plasterwork on all the ceilings. The mezzanine master bedroom enjoys views out of the Oriel window and has a large en-suite shower room. There are 4 further bedrooms, a bathroom and two shower rooms.
The apartment has its own private garden as well as shared use of the communal gardens and parkland. The apartment also has 2 garage and a workshop.
Malmesbury 2 miles,
M4 (Junction 17) 8 miles, Chippenham 12 miles, Tetbury 5 miles,
Cirencester 11 miles, Swindon 15 miles (distances and times approximate)
3 Reception Rooms
Last Modified: 03.10.2018